Education Act, 1998

Refusal of access to certain information.

53.—Notwithstanding any other enactment the Minister may—

(a) refuse access to any information which would enable the compilation of information (that is not otherwise available to the general public) in relation to the comparative performance of schools in respect of the academic achievement of students enrolled therein, including, without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing—

(i) the overall results in any year of students in a particular school in an examination, or

(ii) the comparative overall results in any year of students in different schools in an examination,


(b) refuse access to information relating to the identity of examiners.